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31 August 2001 A new species of Bufonia (Caryophyllaceae) from Israel: B. ramonensis
Avinoam Danin
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Danin, A.: A new species of Bufonia (Caryophyllaceae) from Israel: B. ramonensis. — Willdenowia 31: 95–100. 2001. — ISSN 0511-9618.

Bufonia ramonensis is a small chamaephyte with lignified branches, described from one mountain slope at the Negev Highlands, where it is confined to crevices and soil pockets of smooth- faced limestone. The new species is closely related to B. multiceps, which is a hemicryptophyte with herbaceous stems endemic to similar microhabitats in magmatic rocks of southern Sinai.

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Avinoam Danin "A new species of Bufonia (Caryophyllaceae) from Israel: B. ramonensis," Willdenowia 31(1), 95-100, (31 August 2001). https://doi.org/10.3372/wi.31.31108
Published: 31 August 2001
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